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Peoples Of All Nations
Click the Butterfly Mark to discover the brand’s unique Positive Actions
Peoples of all Nations have been awarded the Butterfly Mark for their measurable impact and company-wide commitments to sustainability.Â
Want to learn more? Click on the interactive Butterfly Mark on your left and scroll through each Positive Action to read a short description of the brands efforts and achievements as verified by Positive Luxury. You will also be able to find the interactive Butterfly Mark online on the brands website, retailer and partner sites.
IMPACT AND COMMITMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK – RECYCLED MATERIALS
POAN uses recycled polyester in its clothing collection while packaging and printed marketing materials are also made from recycled material. In addition, 70% of the packaging is recyclable and the brand works to reduce transit packaging (from factory to distribution).
ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK – REDUCTION OF WASTE AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION
To reduce its waste the brand optimises consumption of materials and reinterpret all materials in innovative ways. In the same line, POAN reduces its greenhouse gas emissions by recycling paper, saving electricity and using electric car service if possible.
ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK – NEW MODEL OF ECONOMY
The fashion labels buys refurbished computers and phone.
SOCIAL FRAMEWORK – TEAMWORK
Georg Weissacher has strong relationships with the suppliers and craftsmen he works with, believing that teamwork is the way forward for sustainability.
COMMUNITY INVESTMENT – CHARITY SUPPORT
POAN works with a charitable organisation about grassroot soccer and create dedicated products to help raise funds to educate the African youth about STD.